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This article explores the increasing interest in Scriptural Reasoning in Chinese academia: the reasons behind it, its current situation and future development. It argues that there is a parallel between the reading of Chinese Classics and Scriptural Reasoning and that future religious and...
Karl Jaspers’ theory of the axial age has attracted renewed interest in recent years and constitutes a rich, potentially fruitful ground for exploration by theologians and scholars of religion and literature interested in ‘scriptural reasoning’. Yet rather than to construe our times as a...
James Legge and Herbert Giles were, in different ways, major figures in early-British sinological studies. Their respective translations of the travels of the late fourth-century Chinese Buddhist monk Fa-Hsien in India represent two very different approaches to the 19th-century translation of...
Comparisons and dialogues between different literatures, cultures, and religions are meant to produce a better understanding of ourselves and the other. However, they can also lead unexpectedly to cultural essentialism and stereotypes. This essay critiques the paradigm based on the notion of...
This article seeks resources in the Christian theological tradition for addressing the circumstance of cross-cultural encounter. It proposes the model of ‘conversation’ as an alternative to ‘dialogue’, and the aesthetic phenomenon of ‘secondary belief’ as an analogue for the...
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